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1969 Hemi-Powered 4-Wheel Drive Corvette Looks Like Fun

by Keith Cornett on January 31, 2011

1969 Hemi-Powered 4-Wheel Drive Corvette Looks Like Fun
Photo Credit: K. Scott Teeters/CorvetteReport.com

This custom C3 Corvette looks like the perfect vehicle to take to the beach for a little fishing, doesn’t it? Or, for just cruising down the street and watching people do double-takes. If you live around Ocean City, NJ, you’re probably familiar with Dewey Powell and his 4-wheel drive Corvette. Powered by a dual-quad 392 Hemi, the Corvette rides on the chassis of a 1969 Corvette while the body was donated from a 1981 Corvette.

You can read more about Dewey and his Corvette at: CorvetteReport.com

 

Custom 2008 Caravaggio Convertible Corvette Z06 for Sale

by Keith Cornett on January 11, 2011

Custom 2008 Caravaggio Convertible Corvette Z06 for Sale

Check out this custom 2008 convertible Corvette Z06 for sale by Canadian tuner John Caravaggio of Caravaggio Corvettes. This Z06 is John’s personal Corvette and he just posted it for sale on Corvette Forum. With only 15,000 miles on the clock, the Corvette features a variety of upgrades – the most obvious was taking the Z06 topless. You don’t see one of these everyday!

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[VIDEO] Twin-Turbo 2005 Corvette on the Dyno

by Keith Cornett on December 30, 2010

Twin-Turbo 2005 Corvette on the Dyno

Normally our “Corvettes on the dyno” posts are reserved for new models like when the Corvette ZR1 first became available. But this video of a twin-turbo 2005 Corvette on the dyno is just too good to pass up. Dallas Performance is the tuner who built this 1250 hp coupe and in addition to their horsepower-increasing skills, they are pretty darn good with a camera and editing program too.

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Corvettes on eBay: 4-Door 1980 Corvette for $300,000

by Keith Cornett on December 21, 2010

Corvettes on eBay: 4-Door 1980 Corvette for $300,000

Jalopnik featured this 1980 4-seat Corvette on today’s nice price or crack pipe where visitors comment on whether or not the car for sale is worth its asking price. For $300,000 the seller is asking for is a premium price for sure and while every seller sees value in the Corvette they’re selling, some are a bit more confident than others.

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Battlestar Galactica C5 Corvette is One Hot Mess

by Keith Cornett on December 16, 2010

Battlestar Galactica C5 Corvette is One Hot Mess

The builder of this hot mess that was once a C5 Corvette Convertible appears to have spared no expense in bringing his vision of the sci-fi show Battlestar Galactica to the roads of Istanbul, Turkey. With all that custom body work, the massive wing held down by 20 bolts, and the Zonda-style exhaust, the finishing touch is the Battlestar Galactia sticker on the rear. Now, if I remember the TV show correctly, Apollo and Starbuck flew “Vipers” but why get hung up on semantics. Those with weak constitutions or acid reflux issues should turn away now.

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Corvettes on CraigsList: 1958 Bondo Custom Roadster

by Keith Cornett on December 14, 2010

Corvettes on Craigs List: 1958 Bondo Custom Roadster

The description calls this Corvette a “very unique find” and I think most of us would agree that it should have stayed lost. The same family in Tennessee has had the Corvette since 1968 and in 1972 they added the custom nose and bondo-crafted rear flares. The front actually looks like the 1958 Corvette XP-700 concept that was penned by Chuck Jordan, the GM head of design who passed away last week. Unfortunately, that’s all that this craigslist special has in common with XP-700.

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C2 Corvette's Custom Dash Gives New Meaning to Top-Flight Award

Either this image has been photoshopped or the owner suffers from a major case of gauge-envy. Either way, someone went through a lot of work to make the this midyear Corvette’s cockpit look like something that’s ready for the runway instead of the driveway.

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2010 SEMA: Corvette Exhibition Gallery

by Guest Contributor on November 4, 2010

Corvettes at SEMA 2010

SEMA 2010 Corvette Exhibitions

Article Contributed by Larry Johnson

Exhibition Corvettes were abundant at the show this year. Let’s face it; Corvettes make great eye-candy for any manufacturer who wants the traffic to stop at their booth. GM also brought a few interesting Corvettes and a classic on a trailer behind a new dually. If you had the time, you could watch the factory guys assemble (and disassemble) the powerplant for the ZR1. And yes, the E-rod Corvette was front and center. The yet to be released carbon fiber Z06 in Supersonic Blue was complete with factory applied race numbers. Jake was looking full of attitude in his newest rendition.

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[VIDEO] Transformed: Corvette ZR1 PC, Radio Controlled!

by Keith Cornett on November 1, 2010

[VIDEO] Transformed: Corvette ZR1 PC, Radio Controlled!

The computer geek in me loved this video. The CorvetteBlogger in me made sure to share it with you! Watch how a remote controlled Corvette toy becomes a modded personal computer.

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Italian Tuner Romeo Ferraris Mods the Corvette Z06

by Keith Cornett on October 11, 2010

Italian Tuner Romeo Ferraris Mods the Corvette Z06

Italian tuner Romeo Ferraris can usually be found tuning Alfa Romeo Mito’s or the Mercedes C63 AMG but that doesn’t mean they don’t have Corvettes on the brain. Last week they unveiled a new package for the American-made Chevrolet Corvette Z06 which boosts the horsepower to levels greater than the ZR1.

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